Spain, 10 centimos, 1959

I’ve never seen one of these before.

Spain, 10 centimos, 1959 (KM #790)


Mintage of 900 million. Last 10-centimo coin issued by Spain before the peseta’s demise in 2002.

Metal Aluminium
Weight 0.75 g
Diameter 17.7 mm
Thickness 1.4 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Coin alignment
Demonetized yes

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2 Responses to “Spain, 10 centimos, 1959”

  1. Shaun Says:

    How much is the 1959 10 centimos worth in US currency

    • deeplogic81 Says:

      This coin is no longer legal tender anywhere in the world, including Spain. It has no monetary value as currency, and there is no conversion factor between the US Dollar and the extinct Spanish peseta. The only value left for this coin is either for its aluminum content (a mere fraction of a cent), or as a collectible coin for numismatists like me.

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